Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has called Windows 10 a “disaster” and said the company will no longer support the operating system.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Nadell said Microsoft will no long support Windows 10, the latest version of Windows that was launched in April 2017 and that it has been accused of slowing down and harming users.
“We’re not going to support Windows,” NadeLL said in the Bloomberg interview published Thursday.
“We’re going to focus on building out a more robust ecosystem of services and products that are more powerful and more robust.”
Nadell is one of the most prominent corporate figures to criticize Microsoft for the way Windows 10 has been built, particularly on the way the operating systems development team has handled the rollout of the operating software to its customers.
Microsoft has not made any public comments on the criticism.
However, NADELL said Microsoft would not be supporting Windows 10 for “a long time.”
“Windows is a disaster.
It is not designed for what we do,” NADEll said.”
I don’t know if it’s good enough.
I don’t care if it doesn’t work for us, but it’s not designed to be a great operating system.”
Windows 10, which is designed to run on computers running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, has been criticized by some for slowing down or halting the user experience on some PCs.
Critics say the operating environment is not as user-friendly as Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro.
The operating system has also been accused by some of being overly complicated.
In the Bloomberg article, Nacell also said Microsoft’s efforts to support the Windows 10 ecosystem and its efforts to “unify the PC ecosystem” are important.
“The things that are happening in the Windows ecosystem, we think are important and are vital for the future of our customers,” he said.
Nadella said Microsoft had invested in “open source software and open standards that we’re very excited about,” but that Microsoft would continue to focus its efforts on building the cloud and cloud services.
“That’s not going away, that’s not changing,” Nacella said.
“It’s a very, very important component of our company.
We’re going be very careful and focused on those things, and we’re going do the right things.”
Microsoft has invested heavily in cloud services over the past two years, including its efforts with Amazon Web Services and its own Azure cloud service.
The company’s cloud services have been critical to Microsoft’s ability to grow and maintain revenue, as well as its efforts in its efforts around the world.
Microsoft did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.